Synonym: byword, proverb, saw. Similar words: bandage, appendage, dagger, pedagogy, pedagogue, now and again, radar, adapt. Meaning: ['ædɪdʒ] n. a condensed but memorable saying embodying some important fact of experience that is taken as true by many people.
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1) Remember the old adage — buy cheap, buy twice!
2) He remembered the old adage 'Look before you leap'.
3) According to the old adage, a picture is worth a thousand words.
4) Nowhere is the showbiz adage more true than here.
5) The old adage is the show must go on.
6) Forget the old adage about non-stop bicycling; the growing Community badly needs a decade of constitutional calm.
7) The old adage needs to be remembered when fighting breaks out in the Balkans.
8) However,[http://sentencedict.com/adage.html] the old adage that leaders don't lose elections should be seriously questioned.
9) The old adage about not changing a winning team is not true, but is a starting point.
10) The old adage that prevention is better than cure certainly holds true; as some contractors have discovered to their cost.
11) Does the student follow the old adage that to read and paraphrase one book is plagiarism but to use two is research?
12) Yet, as the old adage goes: Easier said than done.
13) Archer is proof of the adage that when people write fiction, they show their true colours.
14) The oldest and truest adage of the recording world is that newer is not necessarily better.
15) The old adage that those who try hardest succeed furthest should be made to apply.
16) The idea of television against reductionism recalls the adage about fighting for peace, and the equivalent activity for virginity.
17) We all now agree with Churchill's adage: democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others.
18) You even know this adage.
19) What's the adage rife in man's mouth?
20) An old adage says:"There is no smoke without fire."
21) Is that old adage worth bearing in mind as consumer prices across the globe accelerate?
22) The old adage sums up the approach parasites are expected to take with their victims.
23) The old adage "well begun is half done" applies to strike strategy as well as to other activities. The first blow is often decisive.
24) I refer him to the adage " a rolling stone gathers no mass. "
25) Answering probably an adage: The day fails the person wishes.
26) He had a sort of dry, if unadventurous, humour in him, as suggested by that dreadful Bell's adage.
27) A crisis in the family makes you realise the old adage that life is not a dress rehearsal.
28) Perhaps the future lies in the compromise of adopting the old management accounting adage: different costs for different purposes.
29) Until recently, I pictured him as some one whose life confirmed the old adage about the good dying young.
30) One day US officials might be grappling with Carville's adage albeit that modern Asian twist.
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